03/06/2012 05:12 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Robert Engles Allegedly Cut Through Plastic Patio Wall In Attempt To Avoid Paying Bar Tab

Patrons of Centro Latin Kitchen in Boulder, Colorado, wouldn't readily describe the place as a "hole in the wall." It's clean, trendy, and befitting a handful of other adjectives attributed to a decent place. Robert Engles disagrees, at least if we're to judge him by his actions.

Engles was busted Saturday after he cut a hole in the restaurant's plastic patio wall and crawled through it in an attempt to leave without paying. Engles' escape, however, was cut short by a metal fence that surrounds the patio. With no place to go, employees at the restaurant restrained him until police arrived.

A police report on the incident points out the metal fence Engles struggled to overcome was 4 1/2 feet tall. And the tab Engles was fleeing? $33.

The Daily Camera reports Engles was booked into the Boulder County Jail on $5,000 bond for suspicion of felony menacing, defrauding an innkeeper and criminal mischief.

The 42 year-old Engles had an Arizona drivers license, according to Westword.